What is absolutely fascinating about this video is how badly they fear "rightwing extremist wackos" coming against "moderate" Republicans with a litmus test of conservative social values. You have Liberal (with a capital "L") Atlanta Journal editorialist Jay Bookman admitting that Georgia Right to Life defeated "moderate pro-lifer" Karen Handel in the 2010 gubernatorial race. He went on to admit that the continued use of a "litmus test" probably "would NOT hurt" the Republicans in the Georgia general election . . . only in the primaries.
You must view this video, not because it is flattering, but because it is a national admittance to the power of social conservatives teaming with fiscal conservatives and putting the liberal media on notice that there is a moral majority in Georgia. That by highlighting the 5 underlying principles of conservatism we will be able to counter the unrestrained judicial abuses at a Constitutional level by educating and activating an informed electorate.
RED HERRING WARNING: As far as Rep. Ron Stephen's daughter is concerned, OB/GYN's are able to routinely diagnose this particular fetal anomally prior to the 22 week LMP abortion cut-off. Abortions in Georgia are legal prior to 22 weeks LMP.
ADDENDUM: Georgia set itself apart from the rest of the nation by defeating more incumbents than any other state in the 2012 General Primary. 11 incumbents will not be returning, 1 of the 11 was supported by us and was narrowly defeated. Of the 17 targeted House members 12 ran unopposed. (We just didn't have enough time to recruit candidates to oppose them. That will not be the case in two years.) Two announced their retirement. In those races which were contested we won two out of three, defeating the richest Republican in the legislature. All were tenured Chairmen.
PeachTEA Party PAC joined Georgia Right to Life PAC in targeting two incumbent Senators whose position on Life has been questionable for years, and defeated Sen Johnny Grant. The other one, Sen. Cecil Staton, only narrowly missed defeat by 204 votes out of over 20,000. Sen. Greg Goggans announced retirement rather than face a challenge.
In addition the PeachTEA PAC opposed Transportation Tax was overwhelmingly defeated, despite an $8 million dollar campaign and the full support of the Republican leadership.
The Personhood Amendment WON with a Super Majority (66%).
For an impartial analysis of this years primary see the Rome News article.